Some Cleveland, Ohio teens were treated to a very special prom recently, which included prom transportation on a party bus, a nice dinner, complimentary dresses, tuxedos and flowers and other treats to make the evening extra special. These teens are part of a special group of people; each is battling cancer or is the date or parent of a teen battling cancer. The first “Prom to Remember” was held at the Ritz Carlton in downtown Cleveland, and, judging by the popularity of the event and the glowing smiles of the attendees, it is very likely that this will become an annual event.
An evening that was supposed to be one of the pinnacles of their high school experience turned into a nightmare for some Georgia teens when the party bus they had rented for prom transportation stranded them. The teens attend Lassiter High School in Etowah, a suburb near Atlanta. One parent was particularly and understandably upset with the no-show party bus driver.
All you Bay Area high school students beginning to make plans for this year’s prom know that it will be here before you know it! That’s why right now is the perfect time to reserve your San Francisco prom limousines for the big night! Every day you put off making your prom limo reservation, your choice of luxury vehicles dwindles, and you may not be able to reserve your first, or even second, choice. With so many San Francisco limo services out there, why should you make NLS Limo your first choice for a Bay Area prom limousine provider? Let us count the ways:
All you forward-thinking juniors and seniors who are thinking about making limousine reservations for this spring’s proms are on to something. The time to make your reservations and lock in your limousine or limousines of choice is now, before your first, second and third choices are reserved! With all the San Francisco limousine services in the area from which to choose, why should you choose us for your prom limo? Here are a few reasons that we feel separate us from all the other Bay Area limousine companies:
California lawmakers passed a new law last spring to address safety concerns about limousine companies, charter-party carriers and school transportation. Assembly Bill 830 (AB 830) requires limousine companies to get a specific type of permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles, and chauffeurs driving prom kids must receive additional training. The new law addresses vehicles classified as a School Pupil Activity Bus (SPAB). If a limousine transports students to and from schools and school functions, it has a SPAB vehicle classification.